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Ten housecats have gone missing on Fishers Island in the past week, and residents believe coyotes are to blame.
It definitely won’t be the familiar old Arcade, but when One-Eyed Bob’s Clearance Center & Discount Emporium opens on Front Street in Greenport sometime next week, owner Bob Paquette hopes it will follow a formula for success.
In a recent letter to the editor of the Suffolk Times, Paulette Satur dismissed as false complaints about noise and dust coming from her Cutchogue farm. She ended the letter with, “I will take every action to protect our legitimate farming operation.”
Less than a year ago, Cmdr. Earl Brock of Southold’s Griswold-Terry-Glover American Legion Post 803 challenged his fellow Legionnaires and the community to begin renovations on the 160-year-old building.
County officials unveiled last week a plan to reform sober homes, making Suffolk County the first municipality in the state to create such a program, aimed at monitoring drug and alcohol treatment facilities.
It comes as no surprise whatsoever that the Satur Farms dispute has landed before a state Supreme Court justice. Given the intensity of the rancor between farm operators and nearby residents, that seemed inevitable.
It finally happened. You can mark the time and date as 12 noon on Sunday, Aug. 14, in the Year of Our Lord 2011.
Gridlock finally, and inevitably, arrived in Greenport.
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